Tax Cut Package Contains Significant Business-Related Provisions

September 1999
Financial Executive;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p56
Academic Journal
This article presents information on a tax bill currently debated in the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee as of September 1999. General corporate provisions include to provide an alternative tax rate for corporate capital gains of 34 percent in 2000. International provisions are to prohibit the disclosure of advance pricing agreements.


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